Lavely Miller Receives Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant

By Editorial Team on May 24, 2022
Miller-Kershman – Anna Zhegalkina Photographed Anna Pavaga and Then I Painted Her – 12” x 9” – Acrylic on paper on canvas

Foundry Gallery would like to congratulate member artist Lavely Miller on being awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant.

In support of Lee Krasner’s mission to advance the work of visual artists, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation is honored to provide support to the growing list of nearly 5,000 PKF grantees who have received $82 million across 78 countries to-date.

Currently on sabbatical from the gallery, Miller has recently exhibited her work throughout Europe, including Benjamin Eck Gallery in Munich, Germany, Galleri Ramfjord in Oslo, Norway, and Verduyn Gallery in Belgium. Miller’s psychologically probing, deeply textured portraits have been a source of inspiration for Foundry Gallery for several years, beguiling and challenging viewers with their lush surfaces and detailed depictions of the human condition.

Miller will be using the grant towards several upcoming exhibits in New York City, Los Angeles, and Europe.

Lavely Miller-Kershman:

Pollock-Krasner Foundation:

(Source: Foundry Gallery Press Release)